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Holidays to Indian Himalayas with If Only

Soak up the spirituality of the Buddhist culture of Dharamsala on the roof of the world, or relive the high life of the British Raj in the Hill station of Shimla, home to the colonial government during the hot summers. Whilst in the high country, why not also visit Amritsar, spiritual home to the world's Sikh community and the elaborate Golden Temple.

 

We currently feature 3 luxury properties in Indian Himalayas

 
The Oberoi Cecil

The Oberoi Cecil

Shimla, Indian Himalayas, India

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The Oberoi Cecil is built around a beautiful atrium and offers splendid views of the mountains and valleys

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Wildflower Hall

Wildflower Hall

Shimla, Indian Himalayas, India

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Set in 23 acres of virgin pine and cedar woods, Wildflower Hall, the former residence of Lord Kitchener, recreates the grand style of the colonial era.

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Ananda In The Himalayas

Ananda In The Himalayas

Uttarakhand, Indian Himalayas, India

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The award-winning Ananda In The Himalayas is a tranquil spa retreat in which to rejuvenate mind and body

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Highlights

Temples, mountains and monasteries are all within easy reach.

Head to the hills

Ride the Toy Train to historic Shimla, as the British Raj did, to escape the scorching summers in the plains below. Shimla is one of India's most popular hill resorts, offering a unique experience of a bygone era and a slower pace of life.

Head to the hills
The glorious Golden Temple

The glorious Golden Temple

The Sikh holy city of Amritsar is the largest in the Punjab. Travellers can visit the famed Golden Temple, which houses the Holy Sikh text, the Adi Granth, and listen to its recitation by the devout. The temple complex also houses the worlds largest free kitchen, or Langar, which serves a free meal for between 100 and 300,000 pilgrims per day - an impressive sight to watch.

Discover Dharamsala

Dharamsala is home to His Highness the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government in exile. At 1,475 Meters above sea level, the snow capped mountains, quaint monasteries and Buddhist culture have made this one of India's most popular hill stations. Tie in a visit into the Heritage township of Pragpur, around two hours from Dharamsala, with its narrow cobbled streets lined with fort like houses, havelis and villas.

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Climate

Average sun hours per day
Average monthly rainfall (mm)
Average daily temp (c)
  January
8
5
11
  February
9
40
15
  March
11
80
18
  April
11
40
24
  May
12
170
27
  June
13
175
28
  July
9
360
26
  August
7
380
25
  September
9
50
24
  October
11
10
21
  November
10
0
17
  December
9
5
14